"The world wants to see it - hundreds of thousands, millions of people."
The Bay Area rapper has held a grudge against KD for about five years now, ever since Durant tweeted that he couldn't listen to Lil B because he was wack. But now, Lil B is welcoming the former NBA MVP to his hometown with open arms.
Although, as he stated in this open later via The Undefeated, he says their game of 1-on-1 still needs to happen and that his game is "kind of like Russell Westbrook" now, except for the fact he can't dunk.
"Our one-on-one game still has to happen. I think it’s for the love of the sport. The world wants to see it — hundreds of thousands, millions of people. They want to know what would happen with this game. They’re obviously interested."
"At this point, I like where I’m at right now with my game and how much better I’ve gotten. I’m a real defensive guy. My defense really speaks loudly, which rolls over on offense. I have a pretty decent midrange shot. I like getting to the rack. I like getting to the hoop. I’m kind of like Russell Westbrook, but I can’t dunk."
I’m coming to the court with a lot of confidence now. It’s definitely different. I definitely do think I’m ready to play KD. Winning, who knows? But I definitely know I am ready to play him.
You can check out Lil B's full open letter to Durant right here.
"The BasedGod" wants to speak,As life unravels and superstars make decisions that change lifes, welcome home KD the curse is lifted - Lil B— Lil B THE BASEDGOD (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) July 4, 2016